As you might have heard, the app Vine and its six-second videos will be no more in the coming weeks.

Despite only lasting four years, its parent company Twitter took the decision to end support for Vine following a period of heavy layoffs and cost-cutting at the social media platform. While there's been no specific plans for Vine to go out on its own, one company has stepped forward and offered to save the video app.

Pornhub. Yes, really.

In a letter sent to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Pornhub outlined a plan to save Vine, saying that "six seconds is more than enough."

"We figure since Twitter has dropped (Vine) and is having significant layoffs, that you and your stakeholders could benefit from a cash infusion from the sale of Vine. Not to mention we would be saving Vine gems like 'Damn Daniel,' 'Awkward Puppets' and many more." 

The letter, which was shown to CNET, also gets in more than a few digs on Twitter's ailing financial health and what it plans to do to Vine if they decide to sell up to the porn giant.

Although the letter and offer was most likely a publicity stunt, there still is a very real possibility that Vine may be bought by an outside company and restored. Vine was originally bought by Twitter in 2012 for $30 million - six months before the app was officially launched.

The creator of Vine, Rus Yusupov, took to Twitter to comment on Vine's fall in a single tweet.